A Lone Black Gull
Bombshelter Press, 2001 320pp
New and previously published work by the Los Angeles writer and co-founder of Bombshelter Press covering 1965-2000. Sections: A Lone Black Gull, In the Beginning, Viet Nam, Gnomae, Periegesis Ges, Coming Home, The Place Where I Will Die, The Mullah and the Pusher, Machu Picchu, RiverRun, In a Sea Shell, Most Men, The Last Word.
- Michael Andrews
- is co-founder/publisher/editor with Jack Grapes of Bombshelter Press and ONTHEBUS, living, for the moment, in L.A. and getting by. He has published 7 books of poetry, and 3 fine print poetry/photography portfolios. He has traveled around the world twice, spent time in Vietnam and Iran, rode a motorcycle to Peru, ran the San Juan River and recently spent a month in the Peruvian Amazon. His leg was seriously damaged in a motorcycle accident in 1987. He is currently working on two novels, a book of speculative philosophy, and creating photographic and poetry montages as digital images. He works as a computer programmer/analyst. He worked as a civilian in Vietnam from 1969 through 1971.